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Agnieszka Marszewska
Psychotherapist (MA, MBACP)

I am a psychotherapist offering in-person psychotherapy and counselling in West London, and online via Zoom. I hold a Master's degree in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, and have experience working in private practice, for the NHS and in the charity sector.


All your experiences and feelings are valid and deserve to be truly heard 

We all have our unique stories. I would be privileged to create warm and safe space for yours to unravel. 

Every one of us has an unique story

I offer a safe, non-judgmental and open space for yours to unfold

To listen is to lean, softly, with the willingness to be changed by what you hear 

Mark Nepo


About Me

Over the years I gained experience as a therapist within the NHS and charity setting, where I supported range of diverse clients of different backgrounds, age groups and presentations.  

For 8 years I worked at a school for children and young people with autism.  My role there as a Teacher and Yoga/Mindfulness Facilitator was a part of the Occupational Therapy programme and reached out to students, teachers, and parents supporting them in difficult times.


The holistic approach of yoga and meditation enriched my life and therapeutic practice. It helps me to be truly present with my clients.  I also believe that the mind/body connection is an inherent part of our wellbeing and needs to be tended to.

In search of my own meaning I studied Literature and Arts as for me they both hold a powerful therapeutic potential. 

I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a fully insured private practitioner.


Qualifications and Training

MA in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, University of Roehampton (Distinction)

MSc Module Autism: Research and Practice, University College London

Advanced Yoga Teacher (500-hour Yoga Alliance Certificate), India

MA in Literature and Linguistics (Teaching Qualification - QTS), University of Warsaw

CertHE in Arts Management, Birkbeck, University of London                                                    


My approach

I am a qualified integrative/relational counsellor. It means that I am trained in variety of psychotherapeutic approaches - humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural.  It allows me to help clients according to their unique needs. I believe that human behaviour is best understood by looking at the whole person individually, and there is no one method which holds an answer. Most importantly I emphasise building a human connection, where a deep level of attunement and trust is established.

Reaching out for help can mean that you feel anxious, lost, burnout, ‘not enough’… Therapy could help to reframe the way you think, feel, or behave. I see therapeutic change as the process of bringing into awareness, exploring, understanding, and most importantly accepting different aspects of the self. This way life can be lived more authentically, meaningfully, and creatively. At the foundation of my work lies a mindful and compassionate inquiry into relationships we have with ourselves and with others. I have interest in how these relational challenges stem from early experiences.


I provide an empathetic, non-discriminatory, and attentive environment  for you to share whatever it is that's on your mind. I believe in healing power of being truly seen, heard, and understood and as a therapist I intend to facilitate it. Our work will be collaborative with a full respect of your autonomy. My clients matter to me deeply and I am passionate about what I do.

Working Together

Working together

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It is crucial that you feel comfortable with your therapist therefore before we book a first session together, I invite you to arrange a free intro call (15 min) with me. This will also allow us to have an initial assessment, discuss the reasons you are thinking of coming to counselling, and whether I am the right therapist to help. 

I offer therapy both in-person and online. I have in-person practices in West London - Chiswick Therapy Rooms and  Benedictine Institute in Ealing, and see online clients via Zoom.

I offer short and long- term therapy in English, as well as Polish.


Sessions last 50 min and are charged at £65

I have a few reduced-rate spaces available for students or people on low income.

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